A video clip from the documentary “All or Nothing: Juventus”, which was recently released by the “Amazon” network, showed that the last days of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo in Juventus were not good.
The film documented a sharp discussion between the Portuguese star and his teammate at the time, Colombian international Juan Cuadrado, after the first half of the match between the “Old Lady” team and Porto in the Champions League last season.
Porto advanced with a surprising goal in the first half in the second leg of the 16th round of the Champions League last season at the Allianz Stadium, which meant the Portuguese team advanced 3-1 in the two matches.
During the break between the two halves and in front of the complexity of Juventus’ task to compensate for his delay and qualify for the next round, Ronaldo expressed his dissatisfaction with the result, as he entered the dressing room angry, and kept screaming at his colleagues because of the poor level of the team.
The discussion that Cristiano Ronaldo and Juan Guillermo Cuadrado had when they were teammates at Juventus 😲
🎥 the images correspond to the documentary Juventus All or Nothing pic.twitter.com/boPd4JHaLK
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“We have to play better than that, damn it,” the 36-year-old said. “We didn’t play at all and didn’t do anything at this level.”
Cuadrado turned to his Portuguese colleague to calm him down, and this conversation took place between them:
Cuadrado: “Don’t worry”
Ronaldo: “We were bad”
Cuadrado: “You have to set an example for everyone.”
Ronaldo: “I also did not play well, we have to tell the truth to each other, this is the Champions League match and we have to have a personality on the field.”
In front of the heated discussion, the team coach at the time, Andrea Pirlo, intervened to calm things down, asking Ronaldo and Cuadrado to calm down.
In the second half, Juventus succeeded in making up for their late goal to win 3-2, but this result was not enough for Ronaldo’s companions to qualify for the next round, as they lost 1-2 in the first leg.
Ronaldo joined Juventus in the summer of 2018 from Real Madrid, before he later left for Manchester United during the last summer transfers.